He advocates communicating your feelings for your partner using the language she most identifies with.
You can tell her “I love you,” “You're so beautiful” or other words of affirmation 100 times a day, but if her language is physical touch, she's not going to feel the magnitude of what you're trying to communicate.
Nigerian men are taught to be the head in the household, the need to take care of certain obligations for a woman comes naturally for them. An African man wants to pleasure his woman, and give her a good sexual experience; married or dating.
(Paying for the date.) They don’t like to feel belittled or not in control, and because of that some are very argumentative and aggressive to protect that Alpha male, macho man persona. I don’t know what it’s like in the open public between you and your African man but I can almost guarantee it’s great behind closed doors, when you guys are… Nigerian men consider themselves great lovers, if only that were true but even though this might not be exactly true for all Nigerian men, they at least try and put that work in, if you know what I mean.
We know that sounds like common courtesy but these days, it’s no guarantee.
Many men and women complain that they are not able to have successful Nigerian relationships. But if you're looking for an intimate relationship and perhaps something more long-term, let's assume you want to be with a woman who's with you for you — not your money (or lack thereof).
In this post by the love coach, he outlines some tips to having successful relationships.1: Mind Your Money If you want to date one or more people at a time just to have fun, carefree experiences, knock yourself out. It's fairly easy to have a good time with almost anyone when you're doing fun things like dining at nice restaurants, attending swanky events or living the high life. So, find out if you two have a close bond by doing free or cheap things together.
There’s the adage “A dog never rejects Bone.”This describes a Yoruba Man. (Bother their ladies and Guys) if anyone tells you something along the line you later found out it was a Lie; and it leaves you wondering if you were charmed into believing it. IGBO MEN: An Igbo man is ready to take good care of you and buy you the latest of whatever you want. HAUSA MEN are shy; they only talk to you when they know the environment is right.
They are also called the “ladies men.”DELTA MEN (aka Warri). Everything you are doing for them, washing and all that, is out of your own kind gesture. But will be the first to say “Girls are not loyal.” I wonder what they think loyalty means.